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Vaginal itching post delivery - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Vaginal and Uterus Health
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   Please proceed
User :   since today morning I am having an itchy feeling on my private part
User :   i delivered in april
Doctor :   May i know your age?
User :   non diabetic , 32 years
User :   had a caeserian
Doctor :   Are you having itching in Vagina or outside?
Doctor :   Is there any discharge?
User :   no discharge
User :   actually on the labia
Doctor :   Is there any pain or burning?
User :   slight burning during urination
User :   no pain
Doctor :   It seems like an infection which can be bacterial or fungal or an allergy.
Doctor :   Do you have fever also?
Doctor :   Are you having the burning everytime while urinating?
User :   no fever, but i was on flagyl 200 for loose motion (course completing today noon)
User :   not everytime
User :   only since today morning...
Doctor :   1)Clean the area with Tea tree oil mixed in water thrice a day.
Doctor :   2)Take syrup ALKASOL 1 tbsp in half cup of water 3 times a day for burning in urine.
User :   is it similar to cital ?
Doctor :   3)Drink lots of water
User :   any local cream/ powder ?
Doctor :   Yes it is
Doctor :   You can apply CANDID Cream twice after cleaning the area
User :   candid - any specific ?
Doctor :   5)Do not wear too tight undies
Doctor :   Any specific means, what do you want to know?
User :   candid a , candid b or simply candid ?
Doctor :   You can take CANDID B
User :   thank you...and what should be the proportion of tea tree oil in water ?
Doctor :   If all these things do not help you need to get it examined, if required then you may need oral antibiotics.
Doctor :   Take 2 tbsp in 60 ml, of water
User :   tablespoon or tea spoon ?
Doctor :   It is tablespoon, teaspoon is tsp.
User :   sorry, my mistake !
User :   is it safe as i am breastfeeding ?
Doctor :   Yes you can use it.
User :   thank you doctor xxxxxx
Doctor :   Thanks for consulting me, bye for now
User :   bye...
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